How To Install a Driver for USB Wireless via Device Manager
How to make or create a temporary USB Wireless AD HOC Internet network (temporary internet network)
If you are a total beginner and want to create Ad-Hoc Wireless USB (temporary wireless network), follow these instructions.
In this situation, I have created a LAN home network to the Internet through the Router and ADSL modem. At the start of the situation is that the Internet network works. Computer through which I want to get out to the Internet via a wireless network has installed itself on Windows XP SP3. Notebook (Laptop) has a installed Windows 7 on it and I have Ad-Hoc temporary wireless network so that I could get on the internet.
USB adapter for Wi-Fi
The device through which I will create AD HOC wireless network is a Wireless USB Adapter. This USB device is connected to a USB 2.0 port and you need to have a driver to function. So you can prepare a USB wireless adapter and driver. Plug the device into the USB port on the computer chassis and position it "VERTICAL" for propagation of waves. Once you plug in a USB adapter you will get a dialog box to install the USB adapter.
Installing driver for Wi-Fi USB adapter
Install the driver that does not appear this "yellow" exclamation point. After the successful installation of the drivers we have this dialogue window of the wizard.
The next step that we need to do is to name the computer (see image at this link) eg: PC1 and appoint Workgroup to say GAMES as well as perform Sharing a folder. If you do not know how it is sharing folders, see link. If you do not know how to set up folder sharing in Windows XP, see the link or Windows 7 Sharing folder.